Motorcycles at the Packard Museum, Warren, OH

Not far from Youngstown State University is the town of Warren, Ohio, the former site of a factory that made Packard automobiles. It's now the site of the National Packard Museum. Besides always having a fascinating selection of old Packards on display, they often feature special exhibits. One of them was called "My Favorite Motorcycle" and showed off classic motorcycles from 1914 up to 1984. They graciously allowed me to photograph there for an afternoon and now I present a few of my favorite shots.

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1939 Indian 4
1939 Indian 4 1914 Aerothrust Motorcycle 1966 Honda CB-77
1948 Indian Torque 4 Yamaha RZ 350 and Triumph TR6
Instrument Panel
Indian Fender Ornament Indian Motorcycle Battery Indian Motorcycle Emblem
Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson two-stroke BMW R60/2 with Brough Superior in background 1938 Brough Superior SS-100
Packard automobile built in Warren, Ohio 1957 BSA Road Rocket
1931 Henderson KL Bücker motorcycle
Drum brake on Motto Guzzi motorcycle Indian Motorcycle sign Engine of Harley-Davidson Servi-Car
Gas tank and gearshift of Harley-Davidson Servicar Detail of Harley-Davidson Servi-Car Excelsior-Henderson front suspension
Henderson motorcycle gas tank

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